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Kaunas University of Technology

KaunasIngénierie Civile, ConstructionElectricité, ElectroniqueIngénierie Mécanique

Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) is a public research university located in Kaunas, Lithuania.

Initially established on January 27, 1920, the school was known as "Higher Courses". With an increased rate of staffing and attendance, the school was instituted as the first independent higher education institution within Lithuania by the government on February 16, 1922. Renamed Vytautas Magnus in 1930, the university specialized in four areas: civil engineering, mechanics, electrical engineering, and chemical technology. The turmoil of World War II brought combinations of Soviet, then German, and finally Soviet re-occupation, numerous name changes and an eventual closing of the university in 1943. After re-occupation by the Soviets in 1944, the University reopened and eventually reformed into Kaunas Polytechnic Institute (KPI) and Kaunas Medical Institute in 1946. Under the influence of Perestroika, the Soviet Lithuanian government reinstated the schools university status, and it was renamed the Kaunas University of Technology (KTU). Independence from the Soviet Union brought rapid westernization with a flexible module/credit system and membership to many Western European organizations.

Since the establishment in 1922, the University has produced more than 125 000 graduates. Following Lithuanian independence, KTU has issued over 1000 doctoral, and 62,000 bachelor and masters degrees.

With a current academic staff of almost 3000 employees and nearly 17,000 students, KTU stands as the largest technical university in the Baltic States.

Vilnius College of Technologies and Design

VilniusIngénierie Civile, ConstructionTransports

Vilnius College of Technologies and Design (Lithuanian: Vilniaus technologijų ir dizaino kolegija) or VTDK is a Lithuanian state institution of higher education, established in 1954. It is the third largest university of applied sciences in Lithuania, hosting over 4,000 students and 400 professors and other staff members. In 2008, this college received its current name upon the merger of Vilnius Technical College (Lithuanian: Vilniaus statybos technikumas) and Vilnius College of Construction and Design (Lithuanian: Vilniaus statybos ir dizaino kolegija). It consists of four faculties: the Civil Engineering Faculty, the Design Faculty, the Petras Vileišis Railway Transportation Faculty, and the Technical Faculty. The university is ranked among the top 500 universities in the world.

Vilnius College of Technologies and Design (Lithuanian: Vilniaus technologijų ir dizaino kolegija) or VTDK is a Lithuanian state institution of higher education, established in 1954. It is the third largest university of applied sciences in Lithuania, hosting over 4,000 students and 400 professors and other staff members. In 2008, this college received its current name upon the merger of Vilnius Technical College (Lithuanian: Vilniaus statybos technikumas) and Vilnius College of Construction and Design (Lithuanian: Vilniaus statybos ir dizaino kolegija). It consists of four faculties: the Civil Engineering Faculty, the Design Faculty, the Petras Vileišis Railway Transportation Faculty, and the Technical Faculty. The university is ranked among the top 500 universities in the world.
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Université de Wilno

VilniusMathématique, Statistiques, Finance

L'université de Vilnius en Lituanie (en lituanien : Vilniaus universitetas ; en polonais : Uniwersytet Wileński ; en russe : Виленский университет) est la plus ancienne institution d'enseignement supérieur d'Europe orientale. Issue d'un collège jésuite elle fut fondée comme 'Académie' par Étienne Bathory en 1578 et dirigée par les jésuites jusqu'à la suppression de l'ordre religieux en 1773. En 1780 elle est reprise par l'autorité civile et change plusieurs fois de nom, pour être aujourd'hui la plus large université de Lituanie.

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